SENIOR PHOTO MAKE-UPS—THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2014
ATTENTION SENIORS: Students who missed their senior yearbook portrait need to make-up his
or her photo on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30th in the D Building Staff Lunch Room during his or her scheduled English class. This will be your LAST OPPORTUNITY to be included in the senior section of the 2015 yearbook. If your photo is missing, you should receive notification in the form of a photo card during your English class. If the card doesn’t come, but you know you need to take a photo, please check in for a photo during your lunch on Thursday. You will need to come dressed and ready for your photo—boys need to wear a white button-up shirt and tie (jackets and ties will also be provided), girls need to wear or bring a bandeau or strapless shirt to wear under the drape for their portrait.
Carnival & Fair
Friday October 31st, 4-6pm
Parents Make a Difference Conference
Saturday, November 1, 2014
9:00am to 12:00pm
Last chance to have your senior portrait included in the yearbook!
Next some extra tutoring??
Come check out the Tutoring Center!!
Enochs Care Center Murals
PSAT Volunteers Needed
Wednesday, October 15 from 7:15-11:00 am in the Enochs Gym.
Please contact Mrs. Brogan at 550-3410 ext.2012 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PSAT sales will start Wednesday, September 24-October 3 in the SBO. The cost is $16. If your junior receives free/reduced lunch they can see Mrs. Brogan for a fee waiver. Freshman through juniors are encouraged to take this test if they plan on going to a 4 year college directly after high school. The test has sold out for the last 3 years so don’t delay in buying your test!
Enochs earns the Silver Award from US News
for being one of the best high schools in the nation.
Way to go Eagles!
“The U.S. News Best High Schools rankings and data offer the most comprehensive information available on public high schools in the U.S. The 2014 edition includes profiles on more than 19,400 high schools and rankings of the nation’s 4,707 highest-scoring schools across all 50 states and the District of Columbia.”